Might be fun for twelve-thriteen year olds, but this all this MLG crap makes me want to off myself. Also, it lags when I click really fast. And it's the same thing as every other idle game on the site. 1/5.
Explore a huge, beautiful 3D world, fight with all sorts of weapons, discover secrets, clear dungeons, build your own structures any way you'd like, drive vehicles, splatter enemies, drive-by shootings, buy and sell your loot, build an empire... who would want to escape? I highly recommend getting this game Greenlit on Steam. It's that good.
Interesting thing about this game is the incorporation of chance. It is literally possible to beat the highest level in the arena with all of your stats equal to 1... as long as you have the resurrection talent. The chance of it happening is absurd, but possible nonetheless. 5/5
Going to heavily disagree with Monxp. I like being able to look at a deck password and say "oh there's 61o, must be an aether pillar." If it were encrypted you'd have to enter it into the deck editor every time you want to look at it.
This is a great game, but I think SCGM2 is significantly better. The music selection is drastically turned down in my opinion, ASD was changed to 1234; it's a lot easier to track where ASD is. The note recognition isn't as good and it slows up sometimes. Overall a great game, but I think SCGM2 was a better experience.
Very interesting concept. Basically you ask for resources to build your population, and the population acts as a "multiplier" for how many resources you can collect. Once you've got a steady population collecting becomes more effective than asking for resources, and you can produce your own, eventually becoming stronger. Wood is needed for stone, wood and stone are needed for food. 5/5, hope to see this game improved.
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